Wednesday, December 16, 2015

Singer Cher compares Cruz to Judas :

Cruz wishes her Merry Christmas 

Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz took time on Saturday to wish Cher a Merry Christmas, even after the legendary singer offered the Texas senator a less Christian holiday message.

Earlier on Thursday, Cher said on Twitter to her nearly 3 million followers, "As Judas was to Jesus, so is Ted Cruz to America. Read what he's written and watched what he's said, for years. He ALWAYS TERRIFIED ME."

In response, Cruz wrote back to Cher, "Cher, thanks for the kind sentiments. And I wish you a Merry Christmas and a blessed New Year."

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I dunnoooo....He stood in front of camera(s) stating he would repeal Obama's HCB. Then he turned right around and signed up along with his wife who works for Goldman Sachs.

Presidential hopeful Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) talks a good game as an uncompromising conservative. But before he vowed to destroy Obamacare only to admit he may use it, before he forsook rock'n'roll—back when he was a private appellate lawyer charging $695 an hour, Cruz forcefully argued positions that contradict what he now espouses. Some examples from the Ted Cruz 

Wayback Machine:


THEN: In 2009, he wrote a brief arguing that giving federal stimulus money to retired Texas teachers "will directly further the greater purpose of economic recovery for America."
NOW: Obama's economic program is "yet another rehash of the same big-government stimulus programs that have consistently failed to generate jobs."


As a lawyer, Cruz defended a $54 million jury award to a severely disabled New Mexico man who had been raped in a group home, asserting that "a large punitive damages award is justified by the need to deter conduct that is hard to detect and often goes unpunished."
NOW: Wants to spread Texas-style tort reform—which caps punitive damages at $750,000—to the rest of the nation.


Cruz worked on the Supreme Court case of a Louisiana man who'd beenwrongfully sentenced to death, stating that prosecutorial misconduct undermined "public confidence in the criminal-justice system."
NOW: "I trust the criminal-justice system to operate, to protect the rights of the accused, and to administer justice to violent criminals."

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